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officers and occupy oakland protesters, police are assigning blame. chief howard jordan confirms it was one of his officers who fired a beanbag at protestor scott olson, seriously injuring the iraq war veteran. >> permanently -- >> personally i don't think him losing a job is nearly enough. i think he committed a crime and should be put in jail. >> no one is saying what will happen to the unidentified officer, but a just released independent investigation claims four four oakland officers broke the department rules in several occupy protests over the past year. they are minor like officers failing to turn on their video recorders up to excessive use of force. >> i think it might be the first step in the right direction for opd. >> without naming names, the chief is recommending termination for two officers. one demotion, 15 suspensions and counseling and training for three officers and -- three officers and written rep pro maunds for 23 others. >> it was tough for howard jordan to do. it is tough to displane officers you are asking to go out in often violent situations. but he is a good cop
quan. she says chief jordan made fair and balanced recommendation. >> there's the outside general report and also the inside internal recommendation, that's key to me whether or not the oakland police can investigate itself and come up with findings that are fair. >> reporter: mayor quan says the city plans to have a ruling on all complaints by october 25th which is the one year deadline required by state law. >>> new at 10:00, city leaders in concord are looking into ways to crack down on outdoor medical marijuana grows after seeing our report about a backyard pot operation last week. eric rasmussen is live in concord and figures out concord isn't the only city where neighbors are reporting problems. erick. >> reporter: right prong, we just heard about another backyard grow -- right frank, we just heard about another backyard grow possibly bigger than the one we saw in concord. they are both legal. it's what's under this large plastic at the present time in the backyard of a house in pittsburg. >> the smell is horrendous. absolutely horrendous. at one point we counted 60 plants i
being termination. they received 1100 complaints. police chief howard jordan said most did what was recommended but he is recommending that some cat reprimands, and suspensions. they all have a right to a hearing. >> i hope what it does as let people know that if they do something wrong there is some recourse to that. if it is found that they have violated the policy we will find them accountable. >> excess of force and false arrests were of the 1100 allegations against the officers. stemming from occupy protesters. november, january of this year. >> the majority were found for minor dept. violations. >> the received reprimands. others with counseling, training for the more serious. the chief recommended suspension, and even into cases, termination. >> they are entitled to a hearing that is held from a neutral department that is not involved in the investigation. if, after that review by that officer if there's no change of the recommendation at that with the ma the parts moves forward with their recommendation. >> some of the officers have spent their suspension but they have n
are assigning blame. chief howard jordan confirms it was one of his officers who fired a beanbag at protestor scott olson, seriously injuring the iraq war veteran. >> permanently -- >> personally i don't think him losing a job is nearly enough. i think he committed a crime and should be put in jail. >> no one is saying what will happen to the unidentified officer, but a just released independent investigation claims four four oakland officers broke the department rules in several occupy protests over the past year. they are minor like officers failing to turn on their video recorders up to excessive use of force. >> i think it might be the first step in the right direction for opd. >> without naming names, the chief is recommending termination for two officers. one demotion, 15 suspensions and counseling and training for three officers and -- three officers and written rep pro maunds for 23 others. >> it was tough for howard jordan to do. it is tough to displane of go ouing to go out in often violent situations. but he is a good cop and he is trying to be fair. >> but the head of the police u
their jobs over actions over it is occupy protest and dozens of others could be disciplined. chief jordan recommended that two officers lose their jobs and asked that one be demoted, 15 be suspended, that three accept counseling and training, and that 23 23 others be reprimanded. >> we help our officers to follow the policy of the department. if they don't, we'll hold them accountable. >> each officer has the right to a hearing before being disciplined. >>> and officials say that an arsonist is becoming increasingly brazen. yet another fire set last night bringing the total number of fires to 10 in a two-week time span. dumpsters, trees and a couch set on fire. >> it takes resources away from other significant priority calls and obviously, that's happened every night almost for the last two weeks. >> the small fires are serious but it's because they're so close to homes and businesses. anyone with information is asked to call the department's arson tip line. >>> in san francisco, another fire is being investigated after it burned out a popular restaurant. in 10 minutes, how the mayor is
. what i'd say to you is don't try to fight the election for the last two weeks. >> reporter: jordan zimmerman founded what has become the 14th largest ad agency in the country. he says retailers have plenty of time to launch holiday campaigns, which traditionally reach full speed around black friday. and by then, those election ads will be a memory. >> the advantage is most retailers are smart today and they realize, you're going to buy after the election because people are so spontaneous and so late in shopping that you want to have a bigger impact. >> reporter: but advertisers might actually be a little sorry to see this campaign season end. they point to studies that find regular commercials do better in an election because consumers get tired of all the attack ads. darren gersh, "n.b.r.," washington. >> susie: once those ad campaigns kick into high gear consumers may be ready to spend. as we mentioned earlier in the program, the latest data shows consumer sentiment in october is at its highest level in five years. one new product likely to be at the top of everyone's shopping li
't. nor did jim jordan. we thought it was a stupid deal. it was. playing out to be that way. so no, we need to consolidate the gains of savings, the fact is it's not just doing a deal, about actually putting true fiscal constraints. listening to the other guests there, they're right. the problem is the size of government right now is 24% on trajectory -- >> we're talking about the slowing growth. senator, thank you very much. all right. senator, guys, i know you at home it appears i'm short-tempered with the issue. i did have breakfast. it's not a food thing or sugar thing. i'm telling you, you should be worried about this. both sides are to blame for this. we have don't get hopping on this right now, we can be dogmatic all we want. you can be red, you can be blue. or you can just blow up. they don't do something in matter of weeks we blow up. more from washington. i had three kids. and she became the full time mother of three. it was soccer, and ballet, and cheerleading, and baseball. those years were crazy. so, as we go into this next phase, you know, a big part of it for us is that
, police are assigning blame. chief howard jordan confirmed it was one of his officers who fired a beanbag at protester scott olson, seriously injuring the iraq war veteran. >> personally i don't think losing a job is nearly enough. i think that you committed a crime and should be put in jail. >> no one is saying what will happen to that unidentified officer, but a just released independent investigation claims 44 oakland officers broke department rules over several protests over the past year. violations are mostly minor like officers failing to turn on their video recorders, all the way up to false arrest and excessive use of force. >> i think it might be the first step in the right direction for opd towards accountability. >> without naming names, the chief is recommending termination for two officers, one demotion, 15 suspensions, counseling and training for three officers and written reprimands for 23 others. >> this is very tough for howard jordan to do. it is very tough to discipline officers who you are asking to go out in violent situations but he's a good could cop and i think he
. >> reporter: almost a year after the confrontation, police are assigning blame. the chief howard jordan confirmed it was one of his officers that fired a beanbag at scott olson seriously injuring the iraq war veteran. >> losing his job is not nearly enough. i think he committed a crime and he should be put in jail. >> no one will say what happened to the unidentified officer but an independent investigation claims 44 officers broke rules over the past year. violations are mostly minor like officers failing to turn on their video recorders all the way up to false arrests and excessive use of force. >> it might be the first step in direction for opd as far as accountability. >> reporter: without naming names, they are recommending termination for two officers, one demotion, 15 suspensions and counseling and training for three officers and written reprimands for 23 others. >> this is very tough. it's very discipline officers how are asking to go out in violent situations. he is at the top and i think he is trying to be fair. >> the head of the police union is furious blaming city hall for
are assigning blame. chief howard jordan confirmed it was one of his officers who fired a beanbag at protester scott olson, seriously injuring the iraq war veteran. >> personally i don't think losing a job is nearly enough. i think that you committed a crime and should be put in jail. >> no one is saying what will happen to that unidentified officer, but a just released independent investigation claims 44 oakland officers broke department rules over several protests over the past year. violations are mostly minor like officers failing to turn on their jody recorders, all the way up to false arrest and excessive use of force. >> i think it might be the first step in the right direction for opd towards accountability. >> without naming names, the chief is recommendation termination for two officers, window motion, 15 suspensions, counseling and training for three officers and written reprimands for 23 others. >> this is very tough for howard jordan to do. it is very tough to discipline officers who you are asking to go out in violent situations oftentimes but he's a good could be cop and i think
so much hope. good morning everybody. i'm angie goff. >> i'm richard jordan. welcome to news 4 today saturday, october 13th, 2012. >> national fans are waking up this morning hoping it was all a bad dream. >> the nats lose a heart breaker in game five falling 9-7 to the stlouis cardinals ending the team's exciting postseason. >> news 4's dan hellie has a recap of the depressing game five loss. >> good morning, guys. it couldn't have started any better or ended any worse for the washington nationals last night. they've had sparse, offensive production the entire postseason but they exploded, three runs in the first inning and then three runs in the third. bryce harper's home run highlighted the inning. they jumped to a 6-0 lead. the cardinals would slowly chip away, but the nationals entered the ninth inning with a 7-5 lead and their closer on the mound. twice, one strike away from winning the game and the nationals advancing to the national league championship series, but the cardinals came through. they are 6-0 in their last six deciding games and they did it again coming back to be
point off the gdp. that would land us in a recession. that jim jordan of the fine state of ohio is the tip of the problem. good to have you? are you closer to an agreement? >> guest: i don't know that we are. i will tell you this, we in the house of representatives passed legislation to extent all current tax rate so no tax rate to american people this year. we passed legislation to prevent the big cuts to national defense. the other bills with the united states senate and harry reid doing nothing with it and sitting there. that is where we stand. as you know and as you said it's all about who will be the next president of the united states. >> neil: i wonder -- i know it's easy to blame the president but the sequestration deal that you are just hating, you agreed to. it was your backup backbone that you couldn't come to a deal on spending cuts. hear me out. you all agree to it and now you realize you can see the whites of the armageddon eyes and say well, no, no, no. not us, not us. don't you think that is a bit disingenuous? >> guest: i will tell you this, neil. it didn't agre
is what chief jordan is recommending. that two officers be fired, one demoted. three undergo counseling and training. 15 be suspended for 30 days. 23 receive written reprimands. mayor kwan reyachted to the report. she was not in oakland during the first crack down which happened on october 25th. now, the police officer union says kwan is also to blame. >> this is what i wanted. i wanted the oakland police to be able to look at itself and discipline itself. everyone knows i was not happy the day after october 25th. >> city leaders are apalled. notice there is no discipline for them. they lowered it to the officers who are out there trying the best they can to serve the community. >> the two officers that could be fired, they're now on paid leave. now there is a process that needs to be followed such as a hearing and final approval will come from the city administrators. live in oakland abc 7 news. >> thank you. police and fire personnel say slow response times are putting peoples lives in danger. it's a story you'll see only on abc 7 news, plea responded to a officer-involved shooting at
force. police chief howard jordan confirmed that one of his officers did fire the bean bag that injured iraq war veteran scott olson. he would not say if he is recommending that that officer be fired. meanwhile, reaction from the report was swift. >> what i wanted, i wanted the oakland police to be able to look at itself and discipline itself because everyone knows i was not happy on the day after october 25th. >> this report is indicative of what's wrong here in oakland. the report focuses on persecuting police officers and it shows the city has absolutely no interest in actually prosecuting criminals. >> reporter: we did reach out to scott olson tonight. he said he was surprised and he said he was happy and he hopes that this means that the oakland police department is moving in the right direction. now, the officers who are on the list to be disciplined or fired have a process. that means there is an appeals process for them and that process could take up to two months. reporting live in oakland, i'm cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. >>> also in the east bay tonight hercules police off
between "occupy oakland" protestors and police began, police chief howard jordan says his internal affairs investigation has reached a conclusion that more than 40 of his officers broke the rules and will face consequences for it. the chief reports 44 oakland officers face the following discipline: 15 suspensions, 23 written reprimands, three counseling and trainings, one demotion and two will be terminated. >> policing in that kind of environment is very difficult, obviously, but we are trained professionals. we hold our staff accountable for their actions. >> reporter: the chief reports his department received more than 1100 complaints for demonstrations last october and november and this january. the most common infraction was for officers who failed to turn on their videocameras. indy bay and other websites posted videos of some of those officers who didn't have a camera on. other infractions are excessive use of force and false reporting. >> the city has thrown its hard working officers with a vocation to protect the citizens under the bus with this report. this city is entirely for
being struck by a police. remember. that chief howard jordan said today it was one of his officers who fired the bean bag not someone from an outside agency. >> 2 students at uc berkeley accused of decapitating an exotic bird at last vegas hote hotel. eric and justin who attend uc berkeley school of law were arrested this afternoon. they were reportedly captured on surveillance video chasing the bird into the trees and then carrying its body and severed head for some reason. the bird was a helmet guinea fowl like this. they face felony charges of torture and killing of wild life. >>> of san jose tonight an issue over how long it takes police to respond to crime. only on 7 investigation finds slow response times. may also be affecting the ability of paramedic to do their job in an emergency. story tonight from 7 news reporter david louis. >> already a busy evening when police officers investigating an officer involved somewhating at the cal-trans station in downtown san jose. police notified of altercation outside a check cashing office where a man was down. police dispatch log
of safe-haven from which to stage new attacks. when i've met with king abdallah of jordan we discussed the importance of continuing reform to move his country toward more democracy and prosperity. in all of these places and many others, the united states is helping the people of those nations chart their own destinies and realize the full measure of their own human dignity. dignity is a word that means many things in different cultures but speaks to something universal in all of us. one egyptian observed in the wake of the country's revolution freedom and dignity are more important than food and water. when you eat in humiliation you can't taste the food. dignity does not come from avenging perceived insults especially with violence that can never be justified. it comes from taking responsibility for one's self and one's community and if you look around world those countries focus on fostering growth rather than fomenting grievance of pulling ahead. building schools instead of burning them. investing in their people's creativity, not encouraging their rage, and powering women, not excl
'm richard jordan topping your news today in a stunning turn of events the nationals are staying home for the winter. at one point the nats were leading the cardinals 6-0 in the winner take all game five but the cards stormed back winning the game 9-7 and knocking the nationals right out of the playoffs. next up for the cardinals they head west to play the san francisco giants in the national league championship series. alexandria police are working to try to solve a rash of at least three violent sexual assaults on women. the latest happened thursday night near the intersection of van dorn street and courtney avenue. the victim told police the hispanic man pulled a knife on her and demanded money. when she says she didn't have any he pulled her into some bushes and then he says he assaulted her. >>> storm team 4 meteorologist thee we are waking up to another cold morning but let's find out when we might see a warm up. >> good morning to you. a good saturday morning everybody. what a beautiful morning outside. the sun is up already. and a mostly clear sky. but woo did it get cold last
this year. police chief howard jordan and saying they mostly did what they were asked to put some of them did act improperly. they will be held accountable. with some being suspended, and the officers union update. >> yes i just spoke with deputy chief. he stressed what you just mentioned all of the officers that the been disciplined have a right to it here. at this point there have been no officers terminated but some of them have served out their suspensions. the deputy chief went on to say that the department received 1100 complaints of misconduct from occupied oakland protests last october, november, and january of this year. he promised to the community and that those complaints were taken seriously and a thorough investigation will be done. they say that this will build more trust between the police department and the community. >> we want them to know that if they think they have been wronged by the police there is recourse for that. bring these allegations and will investigate in taken seriously. it is found an officer wrote widely the policy will address it with the officer held
makers program. we have the chance to speak to jim jordan. and among the topics he talked about was that of libya. and the congressional investigations of the attack on the united states consulate in benghazi. he was of the oversight committee hearing this past week, in which he probed diplomatic security in libya. we will talk about that topic. but here is a bit from the news makers. >> the hearing made it clear that this quest to get to normalized security operations trumped security. politics trumped security. first of all, there are several things that stand out. it was september 11. it should be on high alert on that day. there were 230 -- security incidents as of may 13 months prior to the september 11 attacks on our consulate were the ambassador and three others were killed. 230. on the to 31, we will blamed on libya. you had repeated requests from the guys on the ground. the two guys to testify were on the ground for eight and nine months. it had been there eight and nine months. they repeatedly asked for additional help. and there were denied by people in washington, as
chief howard jordan says he wants to fire two officers, demote one, send three to counseling and training, suspend 15 officers and reprimand 23 others. meanwhile, the police association is furious, accusing the department of scapegoating officers and blames a lack of planning and putting officers in difficult positions during the protests. oakland mayor jean quan says the majority of officers obey the law and protect the city. she calls chief jordan's recommendations fair and balanced. >> because the complaints are wide ranging complaints, from covering up your badge to not having your camera on, to actually hurting somebody. so it's a wide range. >> she says the city plans to have a ruling on all complaints by october 25th, the one-year deadline required by the state. >>> new this morning, the san francisco giants are back in the bay area, getting ready for the national league championship series. [ cheers & applause ] the giants arrived at at&t ball park around 5:30 this morning after flying in from cincinnati. fans stayed up all night or got up early to greet the players a
to make >>> hi everyone. good morning. i'm richard jordan. >> i'm angie goff. welcome to news 4 today. it is saturday, october 13th, 2012. >> nationals fans are hoping last night was just a bad dream. the nats jumped all over the cardinals in the beginning leading 6-0 after three innings. but the cards chipped away at the lead eventually tying it in the top of the ninth at seven. then rookie short stop pete kossma drove home two more runs to put st. louis up by two and the nats could not recover as the cardinals win, 9-7 and eliminate the nats from the playoffs. >> it was a great year. it was a lot of fun. but right now it stings a little bit. this will hurt for a couple days and then i think we'll have a chance to look back and see what we did and, you know, we should all be very proud of what we did this year. >> we did a great job. you know what? washington got what they wanted. they saw something new. and you know what? it's going to be fun for the next couple years. >> as for the cardinals, they head out west now to take on the san francisco giants in the national league champion
. and when i met with king abdullah of jordan last month, we discussed continuing reforms to move his country towards more democracy and prosperity. so when all of these places and many others, the united states is helping the people of those nations chart their own destinies and realize the full measure of their own human dignity. dignity is a word that means many things to different people and cultures, but it does speak to something universal in all of us. as one egyptian observed in the wake of that country's revolution, freedom and dignity are more important than food and water. when you tease and humiliation, you can't taste the food. but dignity does not come from avenging perceived insults, especially with violence that can never be justified. they comes from taking responsibility for oneself and one's community. if you look around the world today, those countries focus on fostering growth, rather than fomenting grievance or pulling ahead. building schools instead of burning them, investing in their people's creativity, not encouraging their rage, empowered women, not excluding them.
, as one of the turning points in al qaeda's fortress was the attack on america in jordan in 2005, which killed almost entirely jordanians. lack of widespread coverage in the arab world. so i think in iraq people saw what al qaeda like regime would impose on the population. i think i ran this quite a lot of understanding of this. >> troop. i think about a month after that people were very upset. i mean, colleagues took out full-page ads in the papers announcing the attacks. it is a real backlash against that. but she see a lot of that appeared in a country where an attack is carried out, people usually supported tax outside their country. >> to talk about what happened in benghazi after the attack. >> and ghazi -- libya is very different because they are very supportive of the west for what they did in overthrowing gadhafi as opposed to other countries, where no one asked for american aid and got military support. but the point is i used to live in the admin. and in yemen, people were very supportive of attacks against the american military and american civilians. they were supportive of
of america. >> on newsmakers, ohio congressman jim jordan discusses the 2012 campaign, including his battleground state of ohio. he also talked about what congress might do in the lame duck session and whether the bush tax cuts should expire. sunday at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. eastern on c-span. >> our goal on "the communicators" this week is to look at the philosophies of president obama and governor romney when it comes to tech issues and explore any possible policies that could result from a second obama administration or a first from the administration. joining us in our discussion is john kneuer. he used to be the administrator of the national telecommunications and information administration under the george w. bush administration. and ed paisley is also joining as. he is from the american center for action fund. mr. paisley, if we could start with you. how could you describe president obama's overall philosophy when it comes to detect and communications issues? >> i would include text, communications, and science. i think all three go together. the overall philosophy really is
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